We arrived at Lost Prairie around 5:00 PM. Our cars are covered in dust about an inch thick due to the Montana Outback short cut we took…which consisted of 35 miles of dirt road. We won’t try that route again.
A lot of changes have occured at Lost Prairie this year, but there are still a lot of familiar faces in the crowd. Isn’t that what Lost Prairie is supposed to be all about.
Joan Carson’s dream was to create a place where skydivers could live and congregrate and enjoy skydiving and each other’s company. That hasn’t changed. Everywhere we looked there was a smiling face, handshakes, high fives, hugs and the sound of laughter. Joan’s dream lives on even 30 years after her death.
The film “Beagle Boogie Babe” is Joan Carson’s story, and will be screening on July 31) at 11:00 AM. Let’s celebrate Joan Carson’s life and enjoy the legacy she left.
The above photos are as follows:
1. New LP camping area
2. Grip, Evan Anderson
3. Interviewer Susan Gorman is ready to boogie
4. Closed LP Lounge